Grateful Dead Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre on 1989-06-21
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Satellite uplink > Houston Tracker 8+ C-Band Satellite receiver w/ Video Cipher II digital descrambler (on Galaxy 3, Transponder 21) > JVC HR-S8000U Super VHS (SP) > Fostex D5 DAT (analog in) @ 44.1 kHz > Turtle Beach Fiji > .WAV (normalized to -0.03 dB using Sound Forge 5.0) > .SHN (w/ seek tables appended); via Vern White; with patch/crossfade Brokedown Palace from Jack Schlottman's FM > MC > CDR source by Doug Nawrocki
- 2004-07-07 20:28:43
- Mountain View, CA
- Satellite uplink > Houston Tracker 8+ C-Band Satellite receiver w/ Video Cipher II digital descrambler (on Galaxy 3, Transponder 21) > JVC HR-S8000U Super VHS (SP) > Fostex D5 DAT (analog in) @ 44.1 kHz > Turtle Beach Fiji > .WAV (normalized to -0.03 dB u
- Shoreline Amphitheatre
Subject: One of my least favorite shows I ever saw.
Subject: summer solstice 1989
The show had some oddities, bad sound to start, and I could've done without Clarence Clemons for example, but the highs were incredibly HIGH. Hideway was a cool little gift. It is the second set that really shines. The drums is epic and the Turckin>Other One. I was dancing like a loon at the top of the theatre to that.
Subject: Classic Dead Reaction...
Man, this is why we all love these guys so much! Instead of folding however, once Bobby gets over the static coming out of his amp, the show starts to cook... (near Minglewood).
The sound is real good, and Jerry's voice is solid. Brent, Phil and the Rhythm Devils play fantastic. Bobby struggles at first, but comes around. You can tell that Jerry is giggling to himself about the whole thing, and really tries to make a good showing of the night.
Good fun. Shoreline in Summer. Late 80's. You get the picture. Download later parts of 1st set and 2nd.
Subject: Was this the Pay Per View?
A great venue though..saw a few shows there..used to live in Mt View but left before they built Shoreline..I used to frequent the driving range that was once there!
Subject: pay per view special
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